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DAILY HERALD TODAY AMBRIEFING College football school investigation revealed the violations and the school was reporting the infractions to the NCAA. St. Peter's plays in Divi- No. 5 Miami beats Florida St in overtime New season, new MIAMI conference, same result. 16-1- . Central Fla Autumn Classic 10tm. Cascade Golf Course, Ore . BYU Golf Drexler tops Hall of Fame inductees 133 - None of RICHMOND, Va. the 20 poles Ryan Newman has won in his short NASCAR career are as important as the one he earned Friday at Richmond International Speedway. Newman will start tonight's Chevtotet 400 from the front spot, the perfect place to be for the last event before .NASCAR resets the field and begins the playoff. Newman, who qualified first with aJap at 128.700 mph in his No. 12 Dodge, is currently in eighth place in the standings. But he's clinging to that spot, and the slightest mishap could send him spiraKng out of the top 10 and disqualify him from racing for the Nextel Cup title. I Robby Gordon wins first career Busdi race: At Richmond, Va., Robby Gordon went from third to first in a three-ca- r battle with 15 laps to go Friday night and held off Casey Atwoods charge the rest of the way for his first NASCAR Busch Series victory. pre-ten- induction into the Basketball Hall of Fame. "I'm dreaming tonight," Drexler said. "My childhood idol is presenting me for induction into the Hall of Fame. It doesn't get any better than this. I am dreaming. I don't want to be awakened Drexler, who earned the nickname "Clyde the Glide" for his own swooping moves, was inducted Friday along with coach Bill Sharman, already in the Hall of Fame as a player; the late Maurice Stokes, the 1956 NBA rookie of the year; Lynette Woodard, an Olympic gold medalist and the first woman to play for the Harlem Globetrotters; Jerry Colangelo, chairman of the Phoenix Suns; and Drazen Dalipagic, an international star. and one-stro- U.S. falls in World Cup ATLANTA Braves stop Rafael Furcal was arrested 2-- 0 first-roun- 12:10 p.m. 8 p.m. STATION 10 a.m. 10 a.m. 10 a.m. 1:30 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 5 p.m. at Wisconsin Arizona State at Northwestern Colorado at Washington State Michigan at Notre Dame Wyoming at Texas A&M Georgia at South Carolina ' Houston at Oklahoma Colorado State at Southern Cal Texas at Arkansas WGN WGN ABC ESPN ESPN2 ABC r NBC FOXSN ESPN TBS 6 p.m. ABC 7 p.m. ESPN ESPN2 at Stanford 8 p.m. 8 p.m. KUTV Gojf German Masters 7 a.m. TGC Senior, Kroger Classic Canadian Open LPGA, Hammons Hotel Classic 11:30 a.m. 1:30 p.m, 2:30 p.m. BYU 6:45 p.m. ' Mississippi at Alabama Utah at Arizona KJZZ TGC ESPN TGC Hockey Auto Racing Formula One qualifying ARCA in Joliet, III. NASCAR Nextel Cup . 4:30 p.m. ESPN2 6 a.m. SPEED SPEED Noon 5:30 p.m. TNT Boxing on drunken driving charges Friday, his second DUI arrest in four years and a potential distraction to a team trying to wrap up its 13th straight divi- sion title. Furcal didn't start Friday night's game against Montreal, though the team planned no immediate disciplinary actioa I MLB suspends Julio: Orioles pitcher Jorge Julio received a e suspension from Major League Baseball on Friday for throwing a pitch that nearly hit Minnesota's Augie Ojeda in the head. land to a 1 victory over the United States in the World Cup of Hockey semifinals. The Americans, who led with 15 minutes remaining, were denied a chance to defend their 1996 World Cup title. The Finns advance to Tuesday's championship game in Toronto, where they will play either the Czech Republic or Canada, which play today in the Ba ban Florida at Chicago Cubs Chicago White Sox at Anaheim UNLV Braves' shortstop ST. PAUL, Minn. Saku Korvu's unchallenged goal with 3:54 left Friday night lifted Fin- TIME World Cup semifinals arrested on DUI charge ' EVENT Southern Mississippi at Nebraska Baseball HOCKEY Miller Field Cottage Football 10-ra- to Finland 6 p Jit lf--t on tiie Am ALTO RACING On SPRINGFIELD, Mass. the playgrounds of Houston, a d young dyde Drexler used to he was JuOus Erving, flying over defenders with a championship on the line. On Friday night, Drexkr's idol, "Dr. J," presented him for during one seven-hol- e stretch then added a 66 in the second round. I Kim on top in LPGA: At Broken Arrow, Okla., Christina Kim shot a 65 and held a lead over Annika Sorenstam and rookie Shi Hyun Ann after the first round of the John Q. Hammons Hotel Classic on Friday. Kim, coming off a second-place finish at the State Farm Classic, had seven birdies and a bogey. I Two share lead: At Maineville, Ohio, European Tour veteran Des Smyth and television analyst 65s to Gary McCord shot d lead at the ' share the Kroger Classic on Friday. Tom Kite, David Eger and Doug Tewell were at and six players, including former Cougar g (230 pjti), pmx uvx. vs. una. o o ajnj, Memphis (530 pjnj Srrath HeMhouse u Newman wins pole for final event Weir was at Fulmer was advised by his attorneys to not go to Birmingham, Ala., in July for the annual news conferences to avoid the possibility of being subpoenaed by attorneys who allege Fulmer conspired with the NCAA to bring down the Alabama football program. I St Peter's fires coach: St. Peter's fired football coach Scott Kochman on Friday for using ineligible players during the loss to team's season-openinMonmouth, school officials said. Kochman, who had been head coach of the New Jersey school since May 2003, was replaced by assistant coach Chris Taylor. St. Peter's officials said a BYU vs. Okla. Basketball in the lead at his national open for the first time. In his first tournament since replacing Tiger Woods at No. 1 in the world, Singh certainly looked the part. After finishing his first nine holes in 40, he broke the Canadian Open record with a 28 on the front nine days. y sion day. connected with Craphonso Thorpe for a gain on second down, but Rix fumbled on third down and Miami's Thomas Carroll recovered. Gore scored on Miami's second play. I Tennessee appeals fine: Tennessee is appealing the $10,000 fine the Southeastern Conference imposed after coach Phillip Fulmer did not attend SEC media Chris Rix MONDAY Pioneer League T ChirnrJorfihto BiHfftgs at Provo Cross Country other semifinaL The OAKVTLLE, Ontario Canadian Open got the perfect gift for its 100th anniversary Mike Weir in the lead with a flawless round of 66, and a showdown with the No. 1 player in golf looming on the weekend. Weir made Gen Abbey sound like Sunday at Augusta National, sending the gallery into a into 3 feet frenzy with a for eagle to take the lead and close for birdie sticking a on his final hole to finish one shot ahead of Vijay Singh among those who finished 36 holes Fri- league." The Hurricanes, who used to be in the Big East, won this one with defense. The Seminoles' offense did little during regulation and even less in overtime. After a holding call put Florida State in a first- - . and-2Antrel Rolle sniffed out a loss. screen pass for an TODAY , Mikt Raid and Heber City's, Brace SwiMMrhays, were two strokes off the pace. Weir leads after first day of Canadian Open touch- Frank Gore's down run in overtime gave No. 5 Miami a 0 victory over No. ' 4 Florida State on Friday night. Trie Hurricanes, playing their first game as a member of the Atlantic Coast Conference, extended their winning streak over the Seminoles to six games. "Are all the games like this in , the ACCT Miami coach Larry Coker said. "I may not like this an Satunhy.5efOeinber11.2004 V: . Santos 8:15 p.m. v. Margarito, Cotto v. Pinto MLSSoccer Dallas at D.C. , 2 p.m. . HBO ESPN2 " Tennis U.S. Open, men's semifinals U.S. Open, women's final 10 a.m. 6 p.m. CBS CBS Radio College Football Utah at Arizona' BYU at Stanford four-gam- . 700AM 1160 AM 8p.m. KALL 8 p.m. KSL soccer drops tough game to Lott leads BYU volleyball to win UVSC Jacob Conde BYU ROUNDUP BYU Erica Lott has finally come kills on the evening. Kim Wilson and Lindsy Hartsock had 13 and 10 kills, respectively, while ju- home. After redshirting her first year and playing the first three games of this season on the road, BYlTs sophomore outside hitter racked up 13 kills and a .333 attack percentage as BYU shut down Memphis on Frie day night at the Smith in the BYU Mizuno Clas- nior Lauren Richards paced the Cougars with 40 assists on the evening. "We didn't stop," Richards said. "We just came out and we went for it." Throughout the first game, the Cougars and Tigers continually traded points, with the Cougars mostly trailing. However, BYU surged back at the end to take the first game Wilson pushed the Cougars with seven kills and no errors in the first. In the second game, the Cougar's widened the margin with a 0 win. In the final game, BYU jumped out to a 1 lead and held on to finish off Field-hous- sic. "This one meant a lot more because my whole family was here and a lot of my friends," Lott said. "It was good to finally 30-2- have a home crowd and a fan base." "Erica probably could have played last year and done a good job," said BYU coach Karen Lamb. "But we felt like she had a huge future ahead of her and we didn't want to have her come in and start from the beginning." In addition to Lott, two other players reached double-dig- 30-2- 9-- Memphis it mmn- 30-1- "If we pass well, we can run our offense," Lamb said. "We just have to play our game and do the things we do." - Orem Fitness Center FALL OREM . PASS SALE September 11 26th -- SUMMARY ANNUAL OF PASSES -- " - toUcafaaflr " ANNUAL. PRICE $264 $330 93 mimf4 154 ; $137 EesoEks. ACTUAL SALE PRICE : " $182 $72 $203 yNA,' l $226 $257 $'72 $215 mm $164 I $190 t $132 a Jordan Jensen 3-- HERALD 3-- 2. ' Junior Jaime Rendich struck first for BYU in the 22nd minute g for her fourth goal of the seasoa She scored after a throw-i- n from Annie Zwahlen ricocheted off several players. Rendich got control of the ball just as defenders converged and was able to get the shot off to put the Cougars up Freshman goalie Erika Woodbury kept the lead safe in the first half , diving to block multiple shots. BYU (33) dominated offensivery with a 10-- 3 advantage going into halftime. Zwahlen scored her third goal of the season with 35 minutes remaining in the second half "We had a lot of people that stepped up and played well today," said BYU coach Jen Rock-;- , wood. "Many girls came off the bench and played big for us tonight. Hopefully this is a big confidence boost against a very good team." Freshman Carolyn Swenson scored her first career goal on a botched Gonzaga defensive play later in the second half. Swen-son broke away from the de-- . fense but Gonzaga goalkeeper Ashley Haugen was there to make a sliding save. On one of the hotter days of the summer, UVSC women's soccer team felt the heat in more ways than one as the Wolverines dropped a hard-foug1 game in two overtimes to the Matadors at home on Friday afternoon. The Wolverines lost more than the game goalie Nelson left the game at the end of the first overtime with a knee injury. Northridge forward Rebecca Hidalgo scored an unassisted goal 5:33 into the second overtime period to give the visitor's the win. After a scoreless first half, the Wolverines finally posted the first score of the game as Carolyn Theurer scored an unassisted goal about 13 minutes into the second half . Wolverine defense managed to hold Northridge scoreless until just 1429 left in the second half when Jamie Siemen scored on a pass from Michelle McCollum to tie the game at ht team-leadin- . UVSC ROUNDUP CORRESPONDENT 2-- ' Am-berl- 1. The first overtime was shaken up on an earlier play near the end of regulation, but PASSES mm AIL SLMI-m- PASSES this." Coming from the heat of southern California, the Mata- it to .141. 1 and 2 were back-andorth, with each team winning a game by two points. UCF (04) took Game 2, despite the Brazilian dub banging out 14 kills. WaUauer had eight and Borghetti had six. In Game 3, the Wolverines (2-pulled away, led by seven Koelliker digs, five WaUauer kills and five kills by Malia Hoyt. Hoyt hit .556 in the game to give UVSC a spark off the Games -f 1) dors were quite content playing in Utah Valley heat. It was another matter for the UVSC squad, which has enjoyed temperatures this bench. season. When asked about the Borghetti took control in the heat impact on the game, final game, hitting .500 with Theurer admitted it affected seven kills to secure the victo-- ' the team, but didn't blame the ry- loss on it. I Golf: At Colorado Springs, "We let down a bit in overColo., the UVSC golf team is time" Theurer said, adding that tied for fourth at the Air Force. Nelson's injury was a blow, but Gene Miranda Falcon Invitathe team will rebound. "Our tional. The Wolverines are 10 strokes behind the leader, backup keeper is solid." UVSC faces Gonzaga today Southern Utah. at 1p.m. The Wolverines ace tied with I Soccer Led by Brazilians Boise State at and only Deise Borghetti and AHna Wat two strokes behind the second-plac-e lauer, UVSC beat Central Floriteams, Weber State and 5 da in Grand Canyon. 30-2- 8, 31-3- 3, 30-1- 7, 30-2- $99 $124 $138 $109 $121 NA NA Angels aiming for Pioneer League title, again record, but once again came up short when the Angels played the Northern Division champion. AH indicators point to one Provo opened the series at home with a loss to Billings and thing this could be the year. Of course, Provo Angels fans, then traveled to Billings, were the can say that ever year. Angels were promptly no-hby Thursday night Provo won the the Mustangs in the final game. Southern Division of the Pioneer This year only one team in the league had a winning record League by holding off Idaho Falls 10-- winning the series against Provo and that was The win marked ProvoV Great FaUs. fourth straight Southern Divi-sio- n in Billings beat Great Falls title since the Angels the Northern Division champimoved to Provo in 2000. onship series to set up this Now comes the tricky part: matchup. year's "It's shaping up just like last Beating the winner of the Northern Division and capturyear," said Provo General Maning the Pioneer League title, ager Dave Jacobsea "Based on what happened in the regular something Provo has never been able to do. season, we were hoping Billings Last year Provo tied the Piowould beat Great Falls and they neer League record for most did. But Billings is always tough In the playoffs." wins in a season with a Neil K. DAH.Y Warner HERALD , it 2-- 1. 7, 2-- 0 ANNUM" score- less, but the Wolverines lost Nelson near the end of the first overtime. Nelson had been was able to continue playing. This time, her game was over, and her season was placed in jeapardy. What does the injury to Nelson mean to the Wolverines? "It will definitely affect us, but we are fortunate to have a great backup in freshman Natasha Ben," said UVSC coach Gabe Smart. "If there is' one thing I have focused on this season, ft is team chemistry. We'U bounce back from the Wolverines' home opener. Borghetti pounded out 21 kills, while WaUauer added 19. Freshman Jessica Endres hit an impressive .500 and blasted out 13 kills. :: .. Sophomore setter Lacee Koelliker distributed a match-hig- h 55 assists and also notched 19 digs. UVSC out-hUCF 238 PRICE NA $435 Florida at 7:30 pjn. I Soccer Three different players scored for the Cougars in a 0 victory over Gonzaga that snapped the Bulldogs' rwogame winning streak. Gonzaga is now ge ACTUAL $89 $348 Cal-Northrid- 6 MONTH $171 nmtaum''&y- ' ' SALE r $58 $106 I PRICE $104 'aAmiemm4 ..yggf ; 6 MONTH will host Oklahoma (3-- ()) today at 2:30 p.m. followed by a match against Central HERALD CORRESPONDENT 54-2- 2 - , Provo owned Billings during the regular season. The Angels won all four games in Billings and the Angels took two of the three in Provo. "In the playoff s, you have the urge to come out and do extra things. It's even more in the championship because everything counts," said Angels outfielder Mike Perdomo. The bottom line is this is what you play for. You play the whole season for the playoffs. I know the whole team is going to go out and give it 110 percent Provo features Pioneer League MVP Sean Rodriguez, who is hitting .338 with 10 home runs and 55 RBI, and wfll throw Karl . . Gelinas (4-- 5.44 ERA) in Game L Billings wfll counter with Ramon Rodriguez , 3.39 ERA). In Game 2, Provo plans on 3, (3-6- throwing Fernando Rodriguez 4.14 ERA) against Billings (4-ace Tyler PeUard, who is 3 with a 3.44 ERA in 73 innings. Game 1 of the three-gam- e series begins tonight at 7 p jn. in Billings. The game can be heard on the web at Provoangels.com oratsportsjuice.com. After Saturday's game, the two teams win use Sunday as a travel day and resume their series in Provo on Monday night at 6 pm at Mfller Field, where the Angels are planning a dollar night. Admission is just $1 and hot dogs are $1. Game 3, if necessary is set for 7 p.m. at Mfller Field on Tuesday. 3, 9-- I Neil Warner can be reached at nwamerheraldextra.com.